Recode is hosting its second round of the Handmade Awards, where designers and craftspeople can submit their wares for judging and voting.
This year, we asked three designers and designers of all ages to share their creations in the “Best of 2017” category.
This includes hand-colored paper, hand-woven fabrics, and even hand-made tools like pencils, scissors, and markers.
The first winner is an Etsy seller who called her paper “the best hand-crafted paper I’ve seen since the advent of hand-washing.”
In a video she shared, she showed us how she created her paper, which was created from scratch by hand, using a brush to make a fine line of color and a plastic sheet to add texture.
The artist, who uses the word “dork” in her description of her design, called her project a “waste of time and money” because it took only about five minutes to make.
We were blown away by how beautiful it was.
The paper itself was made from an organic cotton fabric, and it was hand-weaved using a simple, yet beautiful technique.
We’re going to keep the winner for now.
Other winners include:Designer Amanda Ander, a jewelry maker who made her paper from paper clips and ribbon.
This paper was handmade by hand using a pair of scissors and a paper cutter, using paper clips to create a beautiful spiral pattern, and a ribbon to attach the paper to the ribbon.
Amanda is one of the first to show us how to make hand-drawn paper using a pen, and we can’t wait to see how she creates her paper with a pencil.
She has also created her own “paper scissors” that are a much better alternative to paper clips.
Amanda’s paper was handcrafted using a different process, using scraps of wood and cardboard to create the spiral pattern and the ribbon that attaches to the paper.
We really like the way Amanda’s work feels and looks, and hope that her project will inspire others to do the same.
Designer Elizabeth Toth, a craftswoman who uses her own hand to create paper-like shapes using a sewing machine.
Elizabeth uses a sewing tool to create hand-painted designs, and her work is very well done.
Elizabeth’s paper is hand-printed using a machine that is designed to create intricate patterns and intricate shapes.
The machine takes a long time to complete, so you can’t help but feel like you are creating a real sculpture.
Elizabeth said that she was inspired by her daughter’s interest in woodworking and her grandmother’s passion for paper.
Elizabeth has created paper-made patterns for clients like NASA and a high-end jewelry store, and she’s also created a pattern for a bracelet.
Elizabeth’s work is so beautifully hand-worked, and you can see how the pattern is really something special.
We hope that other designers and makers will follow in her footsteps and create their own handcrafted paper to share with us, so that we can all learn from each other.